At the annual Sydney Royal Easter Show, there are some showbags that always tend to sell out way quicker than others. It isn't always the showbags loaded with sweets that tend to the be the most popular. Sometimes showbags themed around certain cartoon characters tend to be popular as well.
Again, not to load your kids up on sugar, however if your policy is only one sugar related showbag per child; for them to enjoy the most value, and to give them an occasional treat throughout the show, the Bertie Beetle Bonanza showbag for $10 would be the hit. Why? Not only does this showbag have around 12 Bertie Beetle bars (Freddo frog size), however this particular showbag also provides a choice of two toys, as well as a few lollies to suck on while at the show or for later on.
The Elmo showbag
For the boys, the Skylanders Spyro's Adventure showbag for $22 is like the ultimate Skylanders fans dream. There is a key ring, cup, journal, pencils, stickers and a Skylanders backpack they can take to school if your son (in this situation) is allowed to take his own school bag to school. Over $90 in value is enjoyed here.
The Barbie showbag
The Smurfs showbag is also quite popular at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. Accessories include the Smurfs flying disc, pencil case and shoulder bag to name. The contents do change for every year of the show. There are two different versions of The Smurfs showbag available at the show. Both are popular.
The Muppets showbag is also quite popular
The Minnie Mouse showbag is quite popular, including some Minnie Mouse beauty products for kids like lip balm and nail polish.
The Wiggles are all the rave in Sydney, and will continue to be for quite some time. There is a Dorothy The Dinosaur showbag that can also be purchased at the show, and includes a plush toy, skipping rope, an umbrella and a gym ribbon to name. Moshi Monsters are also the craze among Sydney's kids, and therefore their showbags are also tipped to be best sellers and rather popular at every Easter show at this stage.
More showbags. So many choices.
Among Sydney's teenagers, Hello Kitty, Glee and Paul Frank will be popular. The Elmo showbag is also considered to be quite cute, while the Sesame Street showbag for the little ones will also be a popular treat. Sesame Street has continued to enjoy a popular fan base for the kids of Sydney over a few generations, and this trend will also continue with its showbag at the Sydney Royal Easter show as well.